A rendering of the proposed development
Edens, the most active developer at Union Market, has plans for another residential building in the area.
Back in 2015, the developer received the go-ahead for the first stage of a planned-unit development (PUD) for a mixed-use project consisting of two buildings totaling 41,000 square feet of retail and 545-680 residential units. Now, Edens has partnered with Canada-based Great Gulf and filed a second-stage PUD for the second building in that project.
Rendering looking north up 4th Street NE
The approximately 16,200 square-foot parcel at 1300 4th Street NE (map) will be developed into a 110 foot-tall, Shalom Baranes-designed building with 130-150 apartments, ranging from studios to two-bedrooms. Two ground-floor retail spaces totaling 10,750 square feet will be accessible along 4th Street, which will also be reconfigured to allow for two-way traffic and parallel parking.
The first building — The Shapiro Residences — is an under-construction 432-unit apartment project that received approval last year. Three levels of underground parking for retail and residents will be shared throughout the two buildings, which will be separated at grade by an extended Neal Street. The second building will also satisfy the remaining balance of inclusionary zoning units required for the consolidated PUD with units set aside for households earning up to 80 percent area median income.
For a rundown of the residential units on tap for the Union Market area, click here.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/132-150_unit_apartment_project_planned_at_union_market/11929.
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